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Broken Stone in Uji Bridge (宇治橋断碑, ujibashi danpi) is the oldest stone inscription in Japan and the earliest example of Japanese calligraphy. This stone commemorated the construction of Uji Bridge, which was completed in 646. The inscription states that the bridge was built by a monk named Dōtō (道登). However, this is contradicted by the 8th-century Shoku Nihongi, which states that the bridge was built by another monk named Dōshō (道昭).

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  • Broken Stone in Uji Bridge (宇治橋断碑, ujibashi danpi) is the oldest stone inscription in Japan and the earliest example of Japanese calligraphy. This stone commemorated the construction of Uji Bridge, which was completed in 646. The inscription states that the bridge was built by a monk named Dōtō (道登). However, this is contradicted by the 8th-century Shoku Nihongi, which states that the bridge was built by another monk named Dōshō (道昭). (en)
  • La pierre brisée du pont d'Uji (宇治橋断碑, ujibashi danpi) est la plus ancienne inscription sur pierre du Japon et l'exemple le plus ancien de calligraphie japonaise. Cette pierre commémore la construction du pont d'Uji, achevé en 646. (fr)
  • 宇治橋断碑(うじばしだんぴ)は、京都府宇治市の橋寺放生院にある宇治橋の由来を記した石碑の断片で、大化2年(646年)に僧道登が架橋したと記す。日本現存最古の石碑のひとつと考えられる。重要文化財。 (ja)
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  • Broken Stone in Uji Bridge (宇治橋断碑, ujibashi danpi) is the oldest stone inscription in Japan and the earliest example of Japanese calligraphy. This stone commemorated the construction of Uji Bridge, which was completed in 646. The inscription states that the bridge was built by a monk named Dōtō (道登). However, this is contradicted by the 8th-century Shoku Nihongi, which states that the bridge was built by another monk named Dōshō (道昭). (en)
  • La pierre brisée du pont d'Uji (宇治橋断碑, ujibashi danpi) est la plus ancienne inscription sur pierre du Japon et l'exemple le plus ancien de calligraphie japonaise. Cette pierre commémore la construction du pont d'Uji, achevé en 646. (fr)
  • 宇治橋断碑(うじばしだんぴ)は、京都府宇治市の橋寺放生院にある宇治橋の由来を記した石碑の断片で、大化2年(646年)に僧道登が架橋したと記す。日本現存最古の石碑のひとつと考えられる。重要文化財。 (ja)
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  • Broken Stone in Uji Bridge (en)
  • Pierre brisée du pont d'Uji (fr)
  • 宇治橋断碑 (ja)
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